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- Early Game
- You’re getting out early and keeping the board clear with the little guys. Try to use mana tiles to get those 4 and 5 drops outs and you’re using replaces to try to find some end game combo pieces.
- Mid Game:
- Here is where you want to try to have a board established and you want to be able to drop a Jax on your opponent to finish them off with either Furor Chakram or Soulshatter Pact. Always look for lethal here through raw one board numbers and finish the off like an good budget swarm Lilithe would. Don’t forget that Thunderhorn, Purgatos and Reaper are great to combo with Chakram.
- Late Game:
- You don’t really have one but you may be able to squeeze out a victory via your BBS or Flying reaper shenanigans.
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BlacKnight69 Budget Swarm Lilithe 1,7k spirit
A midrange deck focused on staying alive long enough to craft a game-winning hand using Stygian Observer and Furor Chakram.
The sharpshooters of Xenkai never misses their target. Bombard your foes from afar with an infantry of marksmen, cannoneers, archers, Heartseekers and Mini-Jaxes.
Lots of positioning tools to enable cheesy Furor Chakram plays. Gibbet & Syvrel the Exile absurd mini-game, and burst damage finishers.
This is a fun deck.
Budget Lilithe 2k spirit by TM87
A well balanced Maehv deck that can switch between many different play styles.
It is, however, a challenging deck to play as it contains many moving parts and produces a large number of minions.
Grind down your opponent with endless Frenziers. Uses no cards above rare.
I’m going to preface this by saying that this is not an easy deck to play. So, if you are a magmar main, you might as well just click on another deck. That said, if you want an unconventional, but strong deck then this is the deck for you.